Whether you know it or not, there are currently three separate bands that lead music worship at CCJ.
These bands are: Narrow Path, At One, and Alyssa + The Trio.
However, starting June 1, there will be some changes to the bands that serve CCJ during worship services. While these changes may be subtle or unnoticeable to some, they are, quite possibly, some of the biggest changes we’ve made to CCJ Music in years.
Starting June 1, the bands serving CCJ will be At One, The Reprise, and We Come Alive. Some of these bands will have nearly all familiar faces, others will have new faces. CCJ Music and Communications Minister Daniel Ross will lead all bands.
However, the biggest shift is the ending of long-time CCJ band Narrow Path leading music worship at CCJ on a regular basis.
The band will transition into a special-events and recording band but won’t be seen much on stage at CCJ going forward. It’s not officially the end of the band, but it is a definite transition. However, some of Narrow Path’s members will be in The Reprise and some in We Come Alive.
AT ONE will remain Gregg Keiffner, Mike Crockett, Tyler Galloway, Chris Bolin, Kyle Street, and Daniel Ross.
THE REPRISE will consist of Shelby Randall, Phil Schwenk, Mike Weisensteiner, Alyssa Antley, Angie Day, and Daniel Ross.
WE COME ALIVE will consist of Andrew Kieffner, Ethan Lubbhusen, Sarah Heinz, Chealsey Patton, and Daniel Ross.
We are excited about the upcoming changes, but are also reflective about the ways Narrow Path and all its present and past members (Angie, Tina, Daniel, Mike, Kurt, Bethany, Andrew, Drew, Chris, Phil, Kara, and Chealsey) have contributed to music worship at CCJ over the past decade.
Ultimately, no matter the name of the band leading, the most important thing to remember is that we are here to worship the name (Jesus) together and our bands are merely leading the way, musically. So, even though each band’s style and sound is unique, the goal is the same — all of us lifting our voices together in praise to the King of kings and Lord of lords.